Friday, 14 October 2011

Interior Details


Norbulingka Palace, Lhasa, Tibet

21 comments:

Z said...

So collorful! Nice!

DeeBee L. said...

Stunning!

Sylvia K said...

Fantastic! And such rich, beautiful colors! You have been to some interesting places, glad you share them with us, JM! Enjoy!

Sylvia

Carolina Tavares said...

Como é rico em detalhe. Que lindo! Gostei muito do colorido. A arquitetura me encanta.

Filip Demuinck said...

Very beautiful, I have never been to Nepal but the style is similar to China. In China the colours were brighter.

Greetings,
Filip

WebbieLady said...

Very colorful!

Team G Square said...

Decorative .

fiziskandarz said...

u surely a great globetrotter [ maybe u should write some travel book! ]. love the detail in the subject. and the vivid colors :D

Pat said...

Fantastic decorative elements! Wonderful colors.

Lowell said...

The colors of the East so far as I know are not replicated in other parts of the world. Incredible. To think of all the work that went into this! Amazing!

Tinsie said...

Amazing bright colours! Please tell me this is not a bedroom :-)

Photo Cache said...

oh how delightful. you've been to tibet. which country did you not visit yet?

Cezar and Léia said...

Um pintura muito bonita, colorida e delicada!
Léia

Steven (Cavite DP) said...

The colors are just stunning JM! It made me remember the colored papers us Filipino - Chinese paste on the niches of our ancestors in the cemeteries every November 1st. They're made up of the same colors :)

Steven^^

Art said...

A brilliant picture, with many beautiful colors!

elvin said...

very good indeed. I really like this. I wait your presence on my blog http://skrtu.blogspot.com

Elisa said...

The details are great!
And so are the colors!
Greetings
Elisa, in Argentina

Halcyon said...

Great colors.

maia said...

J'aime beaucoup cette photo.La couleur jaune évoque tant le tibet!
friendly

magda said...

Ooo, wonderful colors!!!
Many greetings

Francisca said...

I can understand why the Tibetans like their colors. The detail is marvelous, isn't it.